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, possibly after being stolen. he somehow ended up in oregon. thanks to a microchip, cane's owner was located, and he was flown home just in time for christmas. happy dog. >>> in sports now, the nfl's week 16 is complete, and who is hotter than the seattle seahawks? just ask the san francisco 49ers. blocking the second quarter field goal attempt. seattle's richard sherman returned the loose ball 90 yards. the seahawks led the way to the 40-13 win. along with the victory, the seahawks also locked up a playoff berth. >>> earlier sunday, dallas forced overtime after trailing new orleans by 14. drew brees found holeston in overtime. the fumble recovered by teammate jimmy graham on the 2 yard line. garrett hartley's 20-yard field goal gave new orleans the 34-31 victory. >>> in philadelphia, robert griffin iii was back after sitting out a week with a sprained right knee. he found santana moss for a touchdown as washington won its sixth in a row. 27-10. >>> with one week to play, the nfc playoff picture has atlanta, san francisco, green bay all in. the redskins host dallas next week to decide the nf
in the state of washington and oregon, feet of snow dumped on out here, good news for skiers, but not for those travelling out here. and the good news for the west coast, we'll start to see the system eastbound and you guys will clear out and parts of the rockies, and you can see stuff across parts of western colorado, utah, the state of new mexico and arizona and then as we head into later in the day, christmas eve and christmas day, the storm is going to ramp up. moving through portions of the central plains and produced about six inches of snow in some place that is typically don't see a white christmas and across parts of the texas panhandle, oklahoma, arkansas, missouri and a winter storm watch that has been issued across the state of oklahoma and you're likely going to continue to see these issued out as that system is headed your way and again, significant snow accumulation with up to six inches forecast for some of you. but, unfortunately on the southern end of the system where temperatures are too warm to see snow, we do have some severe weather possible tomorrow. large hail, damaging
this happening in shopping mallses in oregon and movie theaters in colorado, college campuses in virginia. of course finally a first grade class in connecticut. in a state that certainly has tougher gun laws than, say, a lot of other red states. in a community that seems like it should have been so shielded from this and a season that is supposed to be about peace. >> exactly. >> i think it underlined in so many ways why none of us, are none of us are shielded from this kind of violence unless we force our leaders to do something. >> well, and, again, i think i worry about what andrea mitchell is saying about the concern about whether or not the president in congress has the guts to do something. i would say that it would be one of the most disappointing things i've ever witnessed in my entire lifetime. if we can't make fundamental changes in our gun laws but, not only that, in how we handle mental illness in this country, school security in this country and, also, the pervasive and deadly culture of these violent video games which i don't care, i'll say it, feed into this. feed into almo
. what one of the victims of a deadly shooting at a mall in oregon is say about an the beep-bop-boop-bop boop-beep. [monotone] she says, "switch to progressive and you could save hundreds." call or click today. >>> we are following breaking news out of afghanistan. an american civilian who works for isaf was shot and killed in kabul by an afghan policewoman. an afghan police spokesperson says this happened outside kabul police headquarters right as the man came out of a store. you're looking at video just into our newsroom this morning. thor e er iofficer was taken in custody. police are not saying if the shooting was intention aal or accidental. >>> a formal good-bye for the late senator daniel inouye. president obama and senate majority leader harry reid were on hand for the ceremony. inouye was the second longest serving senator in u.s. history. he represented the state of hawaii for nearly 50 years. the 88 year old died of respiratory complications last monday. >>> 16 after the hour. an investigation under way into the apparent suicide of an elite navy s.e.a.l. commander
the first to be on the west side of the capitol. among understanding is that it was a senator of oregon's idea and reagan thought it was a good idea she would be getting to face california that way. he liked that idea. but the biggest factor was now so many people can view it. now there were 1.8 million people for obama as inauguration four years ago. by far the biggest. they can give out all of that about 140 or 150,000 tickets and the rest of the people show up and stand there. but when it used be on the east side there were about 20,000 people who could view the actual ceremony to read and oftentimes there were a million people for the parade. >> are all of the pictures that you showed on the slides are those pictures. >> i have many pictures were not part of the slide show that were here if you take a look at the book you will see i've got more than 50 pictures in the book. >> yes? >> [inaudible] >> they do say that it costs a lot. i don't have an exact figure but i would hope they would be somewhat scaled back this time not only because of the economy but the second inauguration. b
vogel, a sailor from hood river, oregon missed christmas with his mom sue last year. this year she thinks he's stuck on the other side of the country in north carolina, prepping to return to afghanistan next month. >> she still thinks i'm there doing a fieldop. she thinks i'm in the field right now. >> reporter: the plan, to trick sue into showing up at this local restaurant run by a friend of the family. >> sue, this is gay at betty's. come on up. i have them ready for you. >> reporter: when sue shows up, local reporter emily from our local affiliate katu pretends she's doing a story about holiday desserts, like cinnamon rolls. >> they're delicious. >> reporter: sue buys it and pretty soon starts talking about her son. >> he's getting ready to go to afghanistan. >> he doesn't get to come home for christmas? >> not this year. hopefully next year. >> reporter: then, enter jeremy. >> merry christmas. >> hi, jeremy! you made it home! this is my best present yet. >> reporter: sue's husband, who arranged this whole thing, said it almost fell through a couple times. in the end, though, a
after being stolen, and then somehow ended up in oregon. but thanks to a microchip kane's owner was located and he was flown home just in time for christmas. >>> and now for some entertainment news. notch another big win for the little guys. bilbo and pals dwarfed the competition at the box office for a second straight week. "the hobbit: an unexpected journey," raked in nearly $37 million. less than half of last week's haul, but still more than double tom cruise's "jack reacher," which came in second. >>> rihanna has gotten into the holiday spirit donating nearly $2 million to a hospital in her native barbados in memory of her late grandmother. she says the gift was her way of giving back to barbados. >>> one year after separating, ashton kutcher filed for divorce from demi moore last week. the official may/december split could cost the "2 and a half men" star a pretty penny. moore wants as much money from kutcher as she got from ex bruce willis. that amount has never been disclosed, but it is thought to be considerable. >>> and another hollywood ending. new york housewife-turne
being stolen and then somehow ended up in oregon. thanks to a microchip kane's owner was located and he was flown home just in time for christmas. >>> and now for some entertainment news. notch another big win for the little guys. bilbo and his pals beat the competition. the hobbit, an unexpected journey raked in nearly $37 million. that's less than half of last week's haul, but still more than double tom cruise's "jack reachreac reach reacher" which came in secretary. rihanna donated nearly $2 million to her native barbados in memory of her late grandmother. the gift was her way of giving back to barbados. >>> one year after separating ashton kutcher filed for divorce from demi moore. it could cost the "two and a half men" star a pretty penny. moore was as much from kutcher as she got from her ex, bruce willis. that amount was never disclosed but that's supposed to be pretty considerable. >>> new york housewives turned entrepreneur bethany frankel has separated from her husband. the 42-year-old treated i am heart broken. i am sad. we will work through this as a family. >>> now for anot
eruption was in 2000. >>> and they won't dream of a white christmas in oregon. they have it. look how pretty that looks. look at the ski resorts in mount hood. this is what the skiers and snow borders wanted. it's a winter wonderland. and i know a lot of you here in the area are waiting for it but in the western maryland they got hit pretty hard. >> they got western maryland over friday, we had -- it's funny i said did you see the flurry on -- flurries on friday and she is like no. >> what flurries? how did i miss that. >> you were probably inside. >> running around chasing them. >> sounds good. today a within theory -- wintery mix is possible. >> within theory mix? >> -- wintery mix? >> yes not pure snow that everyone wants to see. across the nation, the snow is coming down towards the west. we can see some up in minnesota as well. what we are dealing with is the wet weather. we can see this down south around tennessee valley and alabama moving into georgia. and we are starting to see the leading edge of the rain push into virginia. this will begin to work et cetera way -- its way to
memorial to the victims. >>> a survivor wounded in a mall shooting earlier this month in portland, oregon is speaking about the moment the gunman opened fire. 15-year-old christina was shot december 11. she was cutting through the mall and says the gunman walked right past her. seconds later she says bullets started flying. she had bullet fragments in her lungs and liver but doctors were able to save her. >> i know that god has his eyes on us. he has angels on everybody's shoulders, and he's especially watching out for my family. >> she also survived a car accident earlier this year. >>> this will be a difficult christmas for many victims of hurricane sandy, still suffering after two months after the storm. but a relief project organized by a community that's been there before is easing some of the pain. michelle fransend has more on the train of hope. >> reporter: at the amtrak station in new orleans, volunteers from nearby towns hard hit by katrina, are on a mission. organizing and packing up palettes of diapers, shoes and blankets. the second run of donations for hurricane sandy victim
missing since april after he escaped from the backyard. he wondered hundreds of miles from home to oregon where he was found and brought to an animal shelter. he had microchip that helped track down his owners. >> huskies like to run and run. i had one of those dogs. >> the chip worked. >> yeah. >>> still ahead, a call for change. details about a special christmas eve event taking place on the national mall today. >> all right. we have a changing forecast. clouds are moving in. eventually a chance for a little bit of sleet, maybe freezing rain out west and then all rain around here for this afternoon. ternoon. >>> more than 5 million americans are expected to take to the air this holiday season. large crowds are expected at the airports as people rush to get to their families in time for santa's arrival. 90% of americans will drive. so, it's a good time to stay at home and avoid the traffic. >> listen to wisdom. >> just stay at home. >> you may have to. later in the week, people trying to get home from christmas locations, there will be storms. >> busy couple of weeks. it will be an activ
are breaking tradition. >> a teenager who survived the shooting at an oregon mall this month is speaking out. 15-year-old christina says she and some friends were walking home and taking a shortcut through a mall, when gunfire rang out. she and a friend. behind a pillar. that's when she realized she had been shot. she came home from the hospital last week. she says the support of her family and others has given her strength. >> people were sending cards calling me and e-mail lang, saying they are praying for me. that really helped had made a big impact. >> her father says it was a miracle she survived. two people died in the shooting. police of not said what may have led the gunman jacob roberts to open fire. >> the late senator daniel into oute is being remembered for his bravery -- daniel inouye. he was the second longest serving senator in u.s. history and was a world war ii hero. he died last monday of respiratory complications. he was 88. british prosecutors will decide whether to pursue charges against two australian deejays responsible for a hoax phone call. >> the two called the lond
in oregon when she was shot in the chest. christina survived. two other victims did not. now christina is home for the holidays and talking about her near death experience. katelyn with fox affiliate kptv in portland has the story. >> home with family. >> surrounded by the arms of her family and on the mend for surviving the unthinkable she relives the moment she came face to face with the killer. >> i only saw him for an instance only to see whthat he s wearing black and a mask. i didn't realize it was a real gun i thought maybe it was prank. >> it wasn't until the first shots range out not only was the gun real but jacob edwards was heading in her direction. as bullets whizzed past her she hid behind a pillar along side her best friend. when she looked down she realized she had been shot in the chest. >> i did feel a huge amount of pressure and pain, but honestly it feels like -- you can't describe what it feels like. >> christina was rushed to the hospital where they removed bullet fragments from her lung and bruised liver. her father says it's nothing short of a miracle sthat she i
starbucks for that one. that's one that ginny mentioned at the top of the lightning round. brandon in oregon. >> caller: how are you doing today? >> it's a good day. how about you? >> caller: real good. my question is what are your thoughts on snap-on? >> it's one of my favorites. let's go to gregory in mississippi. gregory. wow, gregory. >> caller: thank you for taking my call, mr. cramer. my question is on company wr grace. techer symbol gra. it's had a good run this year. i was wondering your opinion. >> i have to save that one. i used to know grace and i'm not sure what's in it and stock is red hot. i vow to be bullish about it if i can find out more about it other than the chart. we'll do work on grace next week. let's go to jim in the little state of delaware. jim? >> caller: how are you, jim? what's your take on pandora, the big p? >> i don't want no pandora. i like to have companies that have a clear end game and that one doesn't have it. that's the conclusion of the lightning round. >> announcer: the lightning round sponsored by td ameritrade. >> yo, mad money. >> what's shaking? >>
oregon. republican line. caller: there are so many issues to address here but i certainly wanted to talk to joshua specifically. i retired from the air force after 20 years and recently finished my master's degree. my thesis was on diagnosing and the affects of diagnosing on the economy. one of the things i discovered through my research, which i find remarkable -- my professors as well -- was that there were two types of social security. one that people pay into and one that people do not pay into. the one which is not paid into is the one that is consuming the majority of our resources regarding social security. as i was doing the research, my thesis, the question that came about -- i was seeing clients as an intern -- these people who were receiving benefits based on being 100% disabled. there was no clear, defining factor that said when a person was 100% disabled, or 40% disabled, as we have in the military. everyone is diagnosed with a mental disorder is considered 100% disabled and is entitled to 100% benefits. the question that should be raised is, why is this not being addressed?
was over, i got back in the kennedy campaign, went to oregon and later to california. i campaigned for bobby kennedy with cÉsar chÁvez. it was a wonderful effort. we went all over los angeles, going into wealthy neighborhoods, knocking on doors, urging people to vote for bobby. and that evening the primary was over, bobby kennedy came up to me and said, "john, i'm going downstairs to make my victory statement. why don't you remain? " i was in his suite with his sister, several other individuals, the brother of medgar evers. and we listened to bobby, and he said, "on to chicago." and moments, minutes later, it was announced that he had been shot. dropped to the floor and cried and cried. i just wanted to get out of l.a. i got on a flight the next morning, flew to atlanta, and i think i cried all the way from l.a. to atlanta. and i came back to new york for the funeral. and before the funeral, i stood the night before as an honor guard with reverend ralph abernathy. then i rode the funeral train. the family asked me to ride with them from new york to washington. and someplace along
in the oregon mall shooting is speaking out for the first time. the 15 year old was shot december 11th. she was walking through the mall and says the gunman walked right past her carrying what she thought was a paintball gun. seconds later bullets started flying and she was hit multiple times. the doctors were able to save her. >> i know that god has his eyes on us. he has angels on everybody's shoulders. and he's especially watching out for my family. >> it appears christina might have nine lives. she also survived a serious car accident earlier this year. >>> the second victim of a shooting in northeast d.c. has died. police say 69-year-old nathaniel beasley jr. died. the shooting also killed 44-year-old raymond harris. harris was found lying in the road nearby and pronounced dead at the scene. police are offering a $25,000 reward for information to help solve the case. >>> the catastrophe killed more than 226,000 people and more than 50,000 bodies have never been recovered. thailand will mark the eighth anniversary with a vigil. since the disaster hit in 2004, millions of dollars have be
shooting at an oregon mall made headlines nationwide and tonight the 15- year-old surviving victim is speaking out for the first time. >> being home with family. >> reporter: surrounded by her family on the mend from the unthinkable, christina relives the home she came face to face with the killer. >> i only saw him for an instant only to see he was wearing a black mask and carrying a gun. didn't even realize that it was a real gun. i thought maybe it was a prank. >> reporter: it wasn't until the first shots rang out that christina realized not only was this gun real, but jacob roberts was heading in her direction and as bullets with hissed past her she hid -- whizzed past her she hid behind a pillar by her best friend and when she looked down, she realized she'd been shot in the chest. >> i did feel a lot of pressure and pain, but you can't describe it. >> reporter: christina was rushed to the hospital where doctors removed bullet fragments from her collapsed lung and bruised liver. her father says it's nothing short of a miracle that she's even here. >> biggest present for us
." >> that was still a few years off. jobs enrolled at reed college in oregon at a time when timothy leary was telling students across the country to turn on, tune in, and drop out. jobs did after one semester. >> the time we grew up in was a magical time. it was also a very, you know, spiritual time in my life. definitely taking l.s.d. is one of the more important things in my life and--not the most important but right up there. >> he eventually drifted back to his parents' house and became one of the first 50 employees to work for the video game maker atari. but he was not a big hit with his coworkers. >> never wore shoes, had very long hair, never bathed. in fact, when he went to work for atari, they put him on the night shifts because people said he smelled so bad that they didn't want to work with him. >> you know, he believed that his vegan diet and the way he lived made it so he didn't have to use deodorant or shower that often. it was an incorrect theory, as people kept pointing out to him at atari. >> jobs took a leave from atari and spent seven months wandering across india looking for spiri
: came face-to-face with a killer. now the sole survivor of the oregon mall shooting is out of the hospital, back with her family and telling a powerful story about what happened on the day the shots rang out at the clack mass town center. our portland affiliate kttv has the story. >> being home with family. >> reporter: surrounded by the arms of her family and on the mend from surviving the unthinkable, christina relives the moment she came face-to-face with a killer. >> i only saw him for an instant, only to see that he was wearing black, a mask and carrying a gun. i didn't even realize it was a real gun. i thought it was maybe a prank. >> reporter: it wasn't until the first shots rang out that christina realized not only was this gun real, but jacob roberts was heading in her direction. as bullets whized past her, she hid beside a pillar next to her best friend and when she looked down she realized she was shot in the chest. >> i felt a huge amount of pressure and pain but honestly it feels, you can't describe what it feels like. >> reporter: christina was rushed to the h
recovery the wreckage. he was identified through dna testing. one oregon mom gets a special early christmas gift from her son. >> merry christmas. >> i can't believe it. >> gretchen: that is sailor jeremy fogul. his mom didn't think he would make it home. sue said the surprise means that because jeremy spent last christmas in afghanistan as well >> clayton: merry christmas to all of the brave men and women around the world. this debate is not going to go down soon. the debate over gun control in this country . this comes on the heels of what happened on friday whenways conference that was critized and he was set to go on meet the press this weekend and everybody was going to see if he would offer up a consession. he's not budging at all. >> if it is crazy to call for putting police and armed security in our scol call me crazy. i tell you what, i think the american people think it is crazy not to do it. it is the one thing that keeps people safe and the n ra will do that. we'll support the appropriation before congress to put police officers in the school. they protect the president. they pr
, and oregon subsequently ranked near the bottom in children's dental health. many portlanders treasure their city's quirk ri distinctiveness, said "the new york times," and i agree -- [laughter] being toothless is quirk ri and distinctive. and, basically, i'm not going to read this quote from "the new york times"esing but basically, a couple weeks ago the city counsel finally approved fluoridation to begin in 201. really, a round of applause for portland for joining the 20th century. i love portland. if you're going to san francisco, be sure the bring a plunger. low-flow toilets -- not san francisco's fault, actually signed into law by president george h.w. bush, bush 41 -- which required low-flow toilets. now, the impact of that is sludge will back up in the city's sewers, and the mission bay neighborhood, quote of of-unquote, smells like rotten eggs. they're using $14 million of taxpayer money to dump bleach into the sewer to clean up a problem that previously simply did not exist. bleach isn't, also, a very friendly chemical, by way. all right. so who can you trust in science? well,
that was discouraged in going to a school when into a mall. this was the oregon case. he pointed his gun at the shooter as he paused to reload and that stopped him. the guy shot himself. he went to a mall. the would-be killer decides a school is a high-risk proposition and he might go someplace else or not doing at all. host: 1 last caller. caller: i have heard different numbers to put police officers in schools. there is a police officer where i live at all of the schools. i live here in georgia. it is not a metropolitan area by no means. it is a small town. we have police officers at the school. we have 30 schools. i do not think it is costing the federal government a thing. we have not had anything happen. i believe somebody who is armed at the school with the proper training -- host: ok. guest: suppose you had more parents around. we had a shooter here in d.c. they were going to cancel a football game. i said why don't we have the dads just ring the field? a show of solidarity. we're here and you cannot walk in here. you can have volunteers haven't a presence in the school and i might have some eff
frontiers for farming. >>> christmas came just a bit early for a mother in oregon this year. >> just thinks i'm doing there doing a field op right now. she thinks i'm in the field right now. >> merry christmas. >> you made it home. oh! this is my best present yet. >> i hhis mom didn't think she would get to see her son before he left for redeployment to afghanistan. but they pulled it off just in time for christmas. >>> their greatest gift this holiday season is that they're still around, frankly. wounded veterans working through christmas as they recover from some terrible injuries. their thoughts, though, are with their friends overseas who are not home for the holidays. here's barbara starr. >> push forward it opens, right? my elbow unlocks it, throw it back and that's how i maneuver. >> reporter: wounded troops in rehab at the holiday time. all christmas miracles. meet travis mills, one of the troops i visited with asking them to send holiday wishes to their buddies. >> hi, everybody. i'm staff sergeant travis mills of the 82nd airborne division. i want to wish everybody a merry christm
had given up hope for a happy reunion when they are dog was found wandering around on a oregon highway more h-pb a thousanmore than a thousand miles away. listen to this. >> witnessing that in my backyard -- i wish dogs could talk. i couldn't ask for anything more. it was the best christmas every. >> she was able to insure kane's safe return through petition could he and a group of people who they -d with money to get him back home. >> they had a sign for him. when he got off the plane he saw his name. >> i'm sure he misses his phaoefplts. heather: is it legal to fire someone who is too attractive. gregg: i think i know the answer to you. a panel is here to weigh in on a judge's surprise ruling. heather: a young cancer patient making a big difference this holiday season. how this determined 9-year-old girl is helping kids in her same situation. it's heart warming and you don't want to miss it. [ malennouncer ] it's tt time of year again. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you realldon't want to pay more than you have to. only citi
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